Safety comes before speed in the search for Covid-19 vaccine, say experts | Newsflash by R.AGE|






It usually takes about ten years to develop a vaccine, says Datuk Dr Amar Singh, a senior consultant pediatrician and former Head, Clinical Research Perak.

“In this outbreak we don’t have the time for that but it could still take 18-24 months to see a vaccine for Covid-19, ” he said.

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